Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, April 2015

by | Mar 26, 2015 | Links Roundup | 0 comments

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Welcome to April’s Web Links Roundup! When it comes to finding smart promotional ideas, knowing the latest SEO trends, and tracking down the best names for your website—we don’t April Fool around! Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best possible tools to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there for the world to read.

How To Use Social Media to Promote an Event or Product Launch via Buffer – In today’s tech-savvy world, social media plays a pivotal role in promoting your work. Check out Nicole Miller’s helpful hints for launching a successful marketing campaign.

Why Email Matters To Writers And 3 Tactics You Can Apply Today via Your Writer Platform – Don’t overlook the advantages of good old email! Check out Taylor Vawser’s helpful guide to using email and mailing lists to grow traffic for your website.

Do’s And Don’ts For SEO In 2015 via Wordtracker – If you want to attract more traffic to your author website, using SEO properly is the answer. Check out Wordtracker’s infographic checklist for the best ways to utilize Search Engine Optimization.

10 Tips on How To Use The Media To Sell Books via Savvy Book Marketer –  Gina Rubinstein offers 5 facts and 10 tips to guide you in harnessing the power of the media to sell your book.

4 Considerations in Picking a Website Name via Michael Hyatt – When building a website, deciding on a name can be the trickiest part. Michael Hyatt explains 4 simple ways to choose the best name for your author website—the answer may not be as obvious as you think!

 

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